A career in the IT industry offers a vast variety of lucrative jobs, in six different categories, from repairing
PCs to designing websites to building databases and providing security for information systems. Salaries are determined
by the number of years experience as well as by education or credentials.
The following salary information has been
compiled from statistics provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. You can search for national median salaries
(the average of all 50 states) down to the metropolitan areas of cities across the country.
View your category of
interest by selecting from the drop-down menu below. By moving your cursor over the map, you can choose any of the
nine regions to view the average salary for that region. From there you will be able to select the state you prefer.
Then, you can continue to narrow down your search to the metropolitan areas by using the drop down menu after choosing
its particular state.
You can be confident that your future earning potential is essentially unlimited. The satisfaction in your
salary is a direct result of the investment in yourself. The following lists the salary averages along with the years
of experience required for that level.
As the demand for the IT professional increases, the job market continues to grow. Currently, the IT industry
shows growth projections for occupations such as Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts at a
growth rate of 53% up to the year 2016. See the Employment section for more examples.
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